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PostSubject: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 12:16 am

Is an energised Obama's stock on the rise?

By Echo Chambers Opinion and analysis from around the world
Why is this man smiling?
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US President Barack Obama came out of the year bruised and battered. Many say he also came out smiling, however.
It was undoubtedly a difficult year for the Obama administration. The Democratic Party in Congress was routed during the November mid-term elections, giving Republicans control of both houses.
That election came after months of criticism following the difficult rollout of the Obamacare website in October 2013 and the rise of the Islamic State, a radical jihadist group. Most people expected a lame-duck, weary presidency to follow.
Since that electoral drubbing, however, things have changed. In his end of year press conference, the mainstream consensus was that the president was powerful in his condemnation of Sony's decision to pull The Interview in the face of threats by hackers possibly linked to North Korea.
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So how have things been going for our bored, exhausted and disengaged president?”
Kevin Drum Mother Jones
That briefing came in the wake of a number of other decisive moves from the White House. In the last two months Obama announced an overhaul of the country's immigration system that extended protection to millions of illegal immigrants, signed off a law that will reduce ozone emissions by power plants and factories, and broke with 50 years of precedent by moving to normalise relations with Cuba.
This past quarter, the US economy grew at its fasted rate in 11 years - up by 5%, an adjustment from the original estimate of 3.9%.
"So how have things been going for our bored, exhausted and disengaged president?" asks Kevin Drum for Mother Jones. "He's been acting pretty enthusiastic, energised and absorbed with his job, I'd say."
Drum also notes what he sees as some of Obama's other, more quiet successes. In the past two months Western financial sanctions in Russia have played a huge part in Russia's failing economy. Despite the resurfacing of 2013 controversial remarks from MIT Prof Jonathan Gruber - an important voice in the creation of Obamacare - that cited "the stupidity of the American voter" as one reason the law passed, healthcare exchange signups are ahead of target.
But not everyone is rising to applaud. The American Thinker's Rick Moran says that the victories Drum refers to came at a great cost and were often not very effective.
For example, he writes, the Western sanctions are not what is hurting the Russian economy. Instead, the country was dipping into a recession before the measures were enacted. The main problem in Russia today is that the price of oil has gone into a free fall. And that ozone reduction? Moran says that the pricey plan will only improve air quality slightly.
The Russian rouble sank to record lows
"I suppose you can find a pony in any manure pile if you look hard enough," he writes. "Someone should suggest to Kevin Drum that he keep digging - he's bound to find something eventually."
John Avlon writes for the Daily Beast that Mr Obama is changing his tack by going on the offensive. Instead of reacting to Republicans' policy ideas, he is forcing them to react to his.
While this might be seen as aggressive, making it more difficult to find common ground, Avlon writes that Obama is banking on the fact that it's in Republicans' self-interest to remain at the bargaining table.
"Would more kumbaya moments between parties be better for the country?" he asks. "You bet. But are they likely to occur given the current polarisation of our parties and the persistent attempt to delegitimise this president? Not so much."
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The failures of his first six years still hang over this presidency and are why he remains deeply unpopular”
Jonathan S Tobin Commentary magazine
Other commentators caution that these actions could also alienate Republicans and destroy any chance of the two sides finding a common ground.
This coming year will present its own set of political challenges, including the closing of Guantanamo Bay as well as a new tax and trade policy. The White House is expected to focus on economic changes that are aimed at revitalising the middle class.
Ari Fleischer, former press secretary to President George W Bush, says that Obama's seeming lack of concern about his relationship with Congress is troubling. Beginning next year, that might turn into a problem.
"If the president disregards Congress, then Congress can disregard the president," Mr Fleischer tells the Wall Street Journal.
The president's unilateral actions should not be mistaken for actual policy triumphs, says Commentary magazine's Jonathan S Tobin.
He writes that because of "Obama's ideological fixation with outreach to tyrants", the world is a more dangerous place than when he was elected. On top of that, many of his actions can be crippled by Congress.
"So while the last month has been full of presidential sound and fury, these actions only mask a deeper malaise that won't be fixed by Obama's characteristic hubris about his actions," he continues. "The failures of his first six years still hang over this presidency and are why he remains deeply unpopular."
When it comes right down to it, Dan Balz writes for the Washington Post, Obama is still in a weakened position.
The latest Washington Post-ABC News poll, which Balz notes was before the action on Cuba, placed the president at 41%, where it's been stagnant for most of the year. And those numbers are coming at a time where the president will face the most divided capital since he's taken office, Balz says.
"He may have left town feeling good, but the next two years will be anything but easy," he concludes.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 12:17 am

USA Russia: Obama suggests Putin 'not so smart'

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President Barack Obama has said Vladimir Putin made a "strategic mistake" when he annexed Crimea, in a move that was "not so smart".
Those thinking his Russian counterpart was a "genius" had been proven wrong by Russia's economic crisis, he said.
International sanctions had made Russia's economy particularly vulnerable to changes in oil price, Mr Obama said.
He also refused to rule out opening a US embassy in Iran soon.
"I never say never but I think these things have to go in steps" he told NPR's Steve Inskeep in the Oval Office.
'Reliant on oil'
Mr Obama was giving a wide-ranging interview with NPR shortly before leaving for Hawaii for his annual holiday.
He criticised his political opponents who claimed he had been outdone by Russia's president.
"You'll recall that three or four months ago, everybody in Washington was convinced that President Putin was a genius and he had outmanoeuvred all of us and he had bullied and strategised his way into expanding Russian power," he said.
"Today, I'd sense that at least outside of Russia, maybe some people are thinking what Putin did wasn't so smart."
Mr Obama argued that sanctions had made the Russian economy vulnerable to "inevitable" disruptions in oil price which, when they came, led to "enormous difficulties".
"The big advantage we have with Russia is we've got a dynamic, vital economy, and they don't," he said. "They rely on oil. We rely on oil and iPads and movies and you name it."
Russia's President Putin has come under pressure following the collapse of the rouble
Following a disputed referendum in Crimea, Russia unilaterally annexed the peninsula from Ukraine in March. It did so weeks after a revolution ousted Ukraine's pro-Russian President, Viktor Yanukovych.
The US, EU and other countries then implemented a series of economic sanctions against Russia.
The Russian currency has since lost half its value against the dollar and the economy has begun to contract.
Mr Obama also said that sending US troops to fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria would be counter-productive.
"If we do for others what they need to do for themselves - if we come in and send the Marines in to fight ISIL [IS], and the Iraqis have no skin in the game, then it's not going to last," he said.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 12:49 am

LULZ when JMSM recently announced Barry's climbing approval #. & in anti-Warren articles Jews pronounced Obama's rescue of Wall St a resounding success.

Obama is like Truman, completely controlled tool, yet Jews claim Truman a "near-great" Prez.

Obama, indeed, does great things for the Jews: boosting Wall St endlessly; enabling mass immigration; destroying science/tech/infrastructure etc. Not to mention a raft of new wars.
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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 2:27 am

Obama is a jive-jewgro that is a good speaker
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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 2:58 am

Jacob Gold wrote:
Obama is a jive-jewgro that is a good speaker

All true & the latter is often ignored. Obama speaks fluent White English w/bit of MidWestern twang. While he doesn't do many press conferences, interviews or Q & A's, he does have a certain skill in responding to arguments. But note the fashion: he mentally works backward, deconstructing the question & skilfully layering the propaganda points in his reply. Many politicians would simply deflect the question & segue into their line.

But Obama has the awesome advantage of truly groveling press. Obama lurches from absurd premises to lying conclusions. JMSM occasionally criticized Carter/Reagan/Bushes but Barry is the Teflon Nigra.
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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 4:04 am


Obama, Bush, Reagan, Carter, Eisenhower, etc were all Zhids or cryptos. Everything you see is staged. Goyim sit there and ponder Moses parting the Red Sea to killing Bin Laden. Sorry guys, but everything is just a jewish scripted play
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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:33 am

This is what a leadership eunuch looks like! (Poster)



Obama comes down 'hard' on Putin!

Having just watched Obama's TV appeal to Putin concerning the Ukraine and the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines MH17, the poster below is spot-on describing the impotence of this President.

It also would explain the smile that is likely on the face of Vladimir Putin knowing that he is facing the leadership equivalent of a eunuch!



H/T Dancing Czars

Read more at http://politicsandfinance.blogspot.com/2014/07/this-is-what-leadership-eunuch-looks.html#MZXYR7Empgj73PJz.99
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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 8:17 pm

Michelle Obama Has a Rabbi in Her Family
Capers Funnye, Leading Black Israelite, Is Aspiring First Lady’s Cousin

By Anthony Weiss
Published September 02, 2008.

While Barack Obama has struggled to capture the Jewish vote, it turns out that one of his wife’s cousins is the country’s most prominent black rabbi — a fact that has gone largely unnoticed.
Michelle Obama, wife of the Democratic presidential nominee, and Rabbi Capers Funnye, spiritual leader of a mostly black synagogue on Chicago’s South Side, are first cousins once removed. Funnye’s mother, Verdelle Robinson Funnye (born Verdelle Robinson) and Michelle Obama’s paternal grandfather, Frasier Robinson Jr., were brother and sister.

Funnye (pronounced fuh-NAY) is chief rabbi at the Beth Shalom B’nai Zaken Ethiopian Hebrew Congregation in southwest Chicago. He is well-known in Jewish circles for acting as a bridge between mainstream Jewry and the much smaller, and largely separate, world of black Jewish congregations, sometimes known as black Hebrews or Israelites. He has often urged the larger Jewish community to be more accepting of Jews who are not white.


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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Tue Dec 30, 2014 11:19 pm

George looks resigned to it.

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PostSubject: Re: Jews manufacturing greatness in their sock puppet?   Wed Dec 31, 2014 12:09 am

amalgamy wrote:
Michelle Obama Has a Rabbi in Her Family
Capers Funnye, Leading Black Israelite, Is Aspiring First Lady’s Cousin

Black Hebrews were in the news some years ago, a bunch moved to Israel & didn't get along too well with the locals. I don't think Black Hebrews are "officially approved".
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